How and why should we ‘learn directly from disabled people?’

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How and why should we ‘learn directly from disabled people?’

At least 15% of the world’s population, over 1 billion people, remain disadvantaged by deep-rooted, antiquated stereotypes about disabled people. These stereotypes and assumptions will only be transformed by learning directly from, and building relationships with, disabled people. Directly. That means not via consultants, or via intermediaries.

bdi’s first publication ‘Learning Directly from Disabled People’ gets to the heart of the matter. It explains why this is important for any responsible global business, and provides practical steps and case studies from bdi’s founding members, (Barclays, GSK and Infosys) that will enable businesses to put intent into practice.

To get your copy of ‘Learning Directly from Disabled People’ (available from October 5th), please complete the contact form on our website.

2016-11-16T09:07:18+00:00 October 3rd, 2016|Collaborations, Equality, Global disability|

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